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FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 5:00pm PDT
. obama the will to punish them. putin, china, now al qaeda. all directly challenging america and the world. even though president obama's poll numbers are falling, he knows many americans have lost the will to fight abroad. iraq and afghanistan have drained us. mr. obama is basically a man of theory, not action. a person who avoids evil rather than confronting it. and the evil doers, know it. and that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. reaction. joining us from the white house fnc's top guy there. ed henry. you made the point earlier today, it's an interesting point, by sending u.s. advisors to iraq now, president obama is actually contradicting himself. explain that. >> well, because today he blamed nory al maliki the iraqi prime minister for the reason the president did not leave any u.s. troops behind in iraq at the end of 2011. he said we couldn't get a status of forces agreement. we couldn't get legal immunity for u.s. troops if god forbid they got in hostile situation and killed iraqi civilian they could get thrown in jail. reasonable issue. he didn't take a sho
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2014 5:00pm PDT
. and into that vacuum have stepped nations like iran, like russia, like china. as we've abandoned our allies. the consequence has been to make the world a much, much more dangerous place. >> regardless of how congressional leaders may or may not try to frame the current crisis, the american public is pretty clear on what they want. they do not support the u.s. going back into iraq with 74% opposed to sending combat troops to iraq. joining me now is richard engel, nbc news chief foreign correspondent. he joins us from baghdad tonight. and richard, what are the latest reports you're hearing on the ground in baghdad? >> reporter: people here in baghdad welcome this action. they are nervous in this city. there is a curfew in place here. when you walk around, you see police and militia all over the streets, checkpoints almost everywhere. there is real fear here that isis militants could, perhaps not invade, although that's still a possibility, a less likely one, but more likely that they could bring chaos to the city by putting car bombs on the streets or suicide bombers. people here want the u.s
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 9:00am JST
spreading in china last year and calls for public participation in politics and social reform. authorities have detained dozens of activists and lawyers. many of them have been found guilty. >>> mainland, china's, minister in charge of affairs is scheduled to visit next week. the first visit comes as the taiwanese are weary of the mainland. he will arrive in taiwan next wednesday. he'll have a follow-up meeting with the director of taiwan's mainland affairs' council. the two meant in february for the first formal dialogue between taiwan and the mainland. during his four-day trip, he will meet with mayors of at least three major cities in taiwan. he also plans to meet ordinary citizens including students, small business owners and fishery workers. the visit comes amid strained ties. in march, students occupied taiwan's legislature building for more than three weeks protesting a trade pack with mainland china that will open up the service sector. analysts say beijing's top leadership hopes face-to-face meetings between the minister and ordinary people will ease concerns and contribute to >>>
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2014 4:00pm PDT
. i still don't hear from you and the democrats. real construction jobs. i was in china with my wife who works for a big hotel company. they are building on friday night over there. the bulldozers are moving. we don't do it because we are afraid to borrow the money or tax the money. but we are not doing it. >> no! >> five years ago we were having the same conversation. you are a fine senator, but it isn't happening. it isn't. >> you have to talk about why it's not happening. this is what i talk about. the fact that china is investing 9% of gdp in infrastructure. here in the united states, we are down at 2.4% and the republicans want to cut it further. the fundamental question, we have a huge fight going on here in washington. >> call the president and say do something big on infrastructure. it will grab the public imagination. he's not doing it. >> you've got to have the money to do it. the republicans are filibustering in the senate. >> wyeah. >> they won't bring bills to the floor in the house. but you don't just wash your hands and say nobody is doing this. at least you have one s
FOX
Jun 19, 2014 3:30pm PDT
in china. doesn't it look fun? he's opening it and closing it and -- >> catch a finger. >> no, no, he's not going to catch a finger, but this other little boy over here just might. >> oh, no. >> watch him walk over. >> oh, no. >> the hinge part. >> the hinges. believe it or not, it's not the hinge that gets the little boy. the underside of the frame of the door has a gap just big enough for his tiny little finger, and that's where he's stuck. >> oh! >> yeah, it was so blue. he just placed a hand there, and watched. rescuers in china are good at what they do. they do this stuff all the time. in this rescue, they use a hook to smash the glass quite a number of times. >> busting out the entire window? >> oh, my gosh. >> that was the boy. glass is gone, he's safe. his fingers look a little smashed. >> the crowd that gathered too, all those people, the boy was like, oh, sorry. >> and the bank that they were at has no glass. >>> i don't think this guy's mom told him not to put strange things in his mouth. this is in thailand. he's biting a smak, highly venomo venomous, look where he bites t
Bloomberg
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm EDT
into a reality. >> you just got back from china. at the end of the day you're bringing more content to the chinese market. your exporting to the rest of the world. how come? >> china is a place i have been going since working in 2005-2006. i shot my first movie there. we partnered up with the government to help take their , cultivatee in china that content, make the content more worldwide. there is so much content being made in china. we announce the deal with the largest broadcaster in china. in realityic television. prolific in sports and fashion. iny made a large investment our company, which is also a good validation of the chinese government and chinese businesses. but also for us to start growing fashion,vision, sports. the things we do in the united releaseand continue to our movies successfully. more and more each year, it is nice being the only one there. >> and recent comments you made it clear that an ipo is something that you are looking towards now. what is the timeframe to think about in terms of accomplishing that goal? six months? 12 months? can give an exact number
FOX Business
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm EDT
five years. the ceo of ballard power said for telecom backup power, it's not the power. china is trying to go green, if they decide to do that, this is going to be a big winner. >> they did a deal with azur out of china for $6 million. that international voent ballard is big for them. they're expanding internationally not only china but india as well. >> toyota and honda are going to start concentrating resources to make the electric car thing happen with the fuel cells, and i think they're holding out hope. if you look at how many of the nissan leaf cars have been sold, only 120,000. i don't know that that's going to happen. >> unless we have an administration or a government policy on energy, there's not going to be the kind of investment that these kinds of technologies will need over time. look how much money the companies have last year over year over year, back to the capital markets. charles: what about oil at 120, gasoline at $4 a gallon. maybe we should invest and see if we can use fuel cells. >> i have a great tweet on the fuel cells. charles: got to hear. >> a civil war is br
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm EDT
fragmented but rapidly growing chinese beer market. they currently control 14% of china's beer supply and last year their volumes were up 9% in a low growth category. beer is safer than water over there and has become a real drink of choice and by a little bit insight, they don't card in china. of course bud isn't cheap. trading at nearly 9 times earnings estimates but this is a best of breed company and we're willing to pay up for best of breed. here's the bottom line, with it's roots in brazil and the powerful ties to the world cup it's the king of beers. terrific management, a ton of cash and i think the stock deserves to go higher for him which makes it a contender for cramer's cup and you always have to favor the home team. let's take a question. >> hey, jim, nicole. >> nicole, how are you? >> about an hour away from summit. >> okay. >> i have a question on melco crown. >> sure. >> i bought it about 90 days ago and i'm in trouble. >> you're not in trouble. we had one bad month. don't feel that way. >> should i buy some more. >> this is a tough call because you know it's my least
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 5:00pm EDT
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Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 5:00pm EDT
's oil? china is the number one with customer. china's remains silence in public, but has reason to worry. the crisis in iraq threatens not only supply lines but also china's billions of dollars in oil infrastructure investment. all the moving pieces in iraq. and it's oil fields, eventually work its way into the world supply chain, and makes it to you at the much. aaa reports gas prices in the united states this week, averaged $3.68 as gallon. that's the highest price in six years. uncertainty over iraq isisming higher, and for now you can expect that upward pressure to continue. what the battle of far away iraq means to the much prices in battle creek michigan. this time on the program, b actionji took 300,000-barrel as day out of circulation, and most of it was for domestic consumption. will the world marketplace for petroleum perceive greater risk and start pricing accordingly? that's our focus. joining us for that conversation, from bloomington indiana the former iraqi ambassador to the united nations, in our washington studio, director of the atlantic council's energy program. and in
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 6:00am JST
china's minister in charge of taiwan affairs is scheduled to visit the island next week. the first visit by an official in this post comes as taiwanese are wary of the mainland. jongjizen will arrive in taiwan next wednesday. he'll have a follow-up meeting with the director of taiwan's mainland affairs council. the two met in february for the first formal dialogue between taiwan and the mainland. during his four-day trip, he will meet with mayors of at least three major cities in taiwan. he also plans to meet ordinary citizens, including students, small business owners and fishery workers. the visit comes amid strained ties. in march, students occupied taiwan's legislature building for more than three weeks. they were protesting a trade pact with mainland china that will open up the service sector. analysts say beijing's top leadership hopes face-to-face meetings between the minister and ordinary people will ease concerns and contribute to cross-state integration. >>> a chinese court has handed down jail sentences to three political activists. officials say they disrupted public order. t
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 4:00pm EDT
iran, like russia, like china. as we've abandoned our allies, the consequence has been to make the world a much, much more dangerous place. america's leadership has never been more critical than it is today. and until the leaders of our government stop making these bad choices, we will continue to be left with bad options. thank you. mr. reed: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from rhode island. mr. reed: mr. president, i rise to speak about the appropriations committee process that many of us were prepared to debate and move forward on debate. i'm deepless disappointed that the republican -- i'm disappointed the republican minority is technically preventing this bill from getting off this floor and moving forward with consideration and approval by the congress. it is disappointing because i know the bipartisan work done in committee was absolutely critical and extremely productive. the appropriations committee which i have the privilege of serving on presented us, this senate, with three very excellent pieces of legislation which i'm disappointed again that we
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 3:00pm EDT
is what you are calling for here. >> china has a bigger bubble than we ever had or even the japanese in real estate. it is starting to show cracks. they're going to try to prevent it from bursting. when that bursts there is nothing the fed can do. our real estate recovery is weakening because it is mostly speculation, not real families buying for real reasons. and germany has a steeper demographic downturn than i was predicting for japan in the 1990s when nobody saw them collapse. those are three big things that could happen. they're not going to happen >> tom:. any of those things breaks and people are going to lose faith in the fed. people think the fed will not let this market go down. at some point they're going to be disappointed when bubbles burst, they burst dramatically, they don't correct. >> janet yellen did say yesterday the complacency -- she sees the low volatility in this market as a bit of plcomplacenc. she hopes it doesn't lead to le leverage speciulation. >> it has bj more complacent. people were feeling a little stability, feeling a little more comfortable. are we g
FOX Business
Jun 19, 2014 2:00pm EDT
much. from the u.s. every corner of the globe money is flying, starting in china where 3d mural is not only blowing minds the setting records, one of the country's most famous artists has painted the longest three dimensional paintings on the planet covering nearly 30,000 square feet. that is amazing, he and his team spent 20 days on it from don to does. it already set two new guinness records. very tricky. over to brazil where world cup hit a whole new level and fans stormed into a media center and whole walls started to collapse. hundreds of ticketless people barged their way into the stadium in an effort to find seats, knocking down everything in their path. some journalists had to duck for cover as partitions fell around around them as -- look at that, really crazy. japan, where one man has outdone all other humans by traveling on the most airlines ever. this guy, a plane lover charlie wi are calling him, has used the one 56 different airlines to travel to more than 100 countries. he loves trying to all the different kinds of plain food obviously as well as casually observin
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 1:00pm EDT
individually, the e.u. and other countries, countries like china, even though you know they're not going as far as people would like, they are taken important steps in lessoning their reliance on iranian oil. russia, i'm sure everyone could have criticisms of what russia is doing. i would agree with them, but i don't think there's any doubt the iran issue has been effectively siloed, you know, the iran negotiations have not been indexed to, you know, u.s.-russia tensions over ukraine or other things. i think that deserves to be recognized as a victory. so yeah, i can see, you know, look at this counterexample. on the one hand, you have a massive military deployment, a military occupation, a destructive war, an expensive war. on the other hand, you have a recognize it's in the united states interests to prevent an iranian nuclear weapon. either for just some people would claim iran would use that. i don't find that very convincing. i think that's probably a minority view. it's somewhat more plausible it would embolden them to act in destabilizing ways in the region. i also think there's reasons
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2014 10:00am PDT
in a bipolar world. and we basically had to figure out where the soviet union and maybe china were. and that could drive the rest of our policy making. this is an extraordinarily complex crisis that goes back 14 centuries. and to try to assume that the united states is going to be able to come in and deal with these ancient rivalries between sunnis and shiites is unrealistic. as far as the advisers who are going in, i think that's a good thing. it's necessary but not sufficient. remember, we've already invested $25 billion in the iraqi army. a lot of money trying to build an army that disintegrated on contact when the isis forces moved toward them. >> in'd we heard very vividly, barbara boxer was on television saying how do we pay for after school programs if we go back in for another round of investment on this. it will be a tough sell. you see the briefing room there. what we're hearing behind the scenes is he may offer more limited involvement than initially reported. he may reaffirm that they're not going to put boots on the ground. may describe potential air strikes but say th
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 2:00am JST
by displaying banners and making public speeches. the movement began spreading in china last year. it calls for public participation in politics and social reforms. authorities have detained dozens of activists and lawyers. many have been found guilty. >>> mainland china's minister in charge of taiwan affairs is scheduled to visit the islands next week. the first visit by an official comes as taiwanese are wary of the mainland. jongjizen will arrive next wednesday. he'll have a follow-up meeting with the director of the mainland affairs council. they met in february for the first formal dialogue between thailand and the mainland.wi me plans to meet with students, small business owners and fishery workers. the visit comes amid strained ties. students protested a trade pass with mainland china to open up the service sector and will save beijing's top leadership hopes face-to-face meetings between the minister and ordinary people will ease concerns and contribute to cross grade integration. >>> a fiery gun battle has taken place in afghanistan with the taliban claiming responsibility. >> insur
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 12:00pm EDT
, the money laundering that stephen weiss accurately calls as far as something that china wants to curtail, i don't think they can. i think this continues to work in favor of the casinos. >> i want to be clear, doc. you're saying you expect the stocks to trade down a little bit, and then have an opportunity to get in. >> i think they have. like, win. wins down from $250 a share down to $202 or something like that. >> you own these names? >> not now. i'm looking forward to bottom at the end of this quarter. end of the quarter is a couple weeks away. right? i'm looking for that. in other words, the ones underperformed in this quarter. so i put win on that list, wynn and the pure play, mpel on the list for the second half turnaround because i think they're going to continue to just knock it out of the park in the second half of the year, and i think that money flows into the these guys' pockets in particular. >> weiss what do you think here? this could be potentially tricky. vip customer and macao, the numbers came out in vegas and a little bit discouraging. what do you make of the whole thing?
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 12:00pm EDT
today. they four turkish nationals, 27 from -- the rest from china. they were kidnapped on their way from samarra to kirkuk, they were on their way and they were released today, thursday, and they were given to the tribal chiefs who were mediating the efforts. >> okay, omar, certainly that is good news. we know iraq wants the u.s. to step in. i wonder if we are going to hear that in the next half an hour when program makes his address. let's speak to roslyn jordan at the state department. what are you expecting, roslyn? >> reporter: well, what we are expecting is some sort of resolution, perhaps. and i stress the word perhaps. there had been the usual raft of briefings from a number of the president's national security team, including from here at the state department. we were also expecting to hear from the secretary of defense chuck hagel, he was meeting with one of his counterparts, the german defense minister. all of those briefings have been canceled because we are expecting to hear from president obama. at approximately 1630gm -- it. he is meeting at this sour with the members
FOX
Jun 19, 2014 9:00am PDT
to this guy in china. they were pipeline workers. look at this man here in the stripes. it was a landslide. he got stuck at the bottom of this ditch, and you can see he is buried up to his waste, his torso. the workers coming to the guy's aid, something like 14. people just at the site, and also fire and emergency workers, and then right here, notice they are using pieces of wood to prop up the walls so more people didn't get trapped down there. that's one of the reasons why this took so long to rescue this guy. as the video goes on, notice the light changes, right. this took hours, something like two hours and change. they had to dig around him, just so they could get rescue workers in to stabilize the guy. it's not just digging him out, but room to get other people in. sounds like they are working in unison to pull him from the final last little bit. >> can you imagine? he's buried up to his torso. the pressure on your rib cage, lungs, torso. you wouldn't be able to breathe. you can't move. people were here. >> sure. at one point, they had an iv or fluids or something because when they get h
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 1:00am JST
public order by displaying banners and making public speeches. the movement began spreading in china last year. it calls for public participation in politics and social reforms. authorities have maintained dozens of activists and lawyers. the taliban claiming responsibility. for a gun battle in afghanistan. >> insurgents have attacked a native post in eastern afghanistan. dozens of fuel trucks were destroyed as militants fought a gun battle with police guards. the taliban has claimed responsibility. at least four taliban insurgents attacked a parking compound at a nato basis in torkham. it's on the border of pakistan and is a key supply route for international forces based in afghanistan. officials say one attacker blew himself up. police reportedly killed the others. >> translator: 37 trucks were destroyed. we managed to save six. firefighters are trying to extinguish the blaze. >> reporter: a taliban spokesperson confirmed his forces were behind the attack. he said they are fighting to expel foreign elements and bring down the u.s.-backed kabul government. war-torn afghanistan held a pr
SFGTV
Jun 19, 2014 9:00am PDT
with the commission which is the july second. and he is holding a large community forum in china town and they are expecting several hundred to attend and it is not in the community meeting but it is having it on the night of july second. and it might be a good opportunity and i thank you for the occ to also go out and make a presentation. next week i am going with sergeant pete shields of the special investigation's division and we are flying out to attend the national hate crimes conference. and i will be presenting two trainings there one on the police commissions and one on training for law enforcement and the investigate of hate crimes. >> thank you. >> we are going to meet marie blihz and she showed up and you know, being in the non-lawyer here and we did it through all kinds and we motion and eliminate and the things through here and marie has had me through many, many things and just the happy retirement to her, and be able to say that publicly and i know that all of the commissioners feel that way. >> and i want to thank commissioner loftus, and i forgot about it when we were
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 11:00am EDT
is not following our lead, going to 40%. just consider china and india alone. with this chart, you can see that this is -- this is what they're going to be doing. over this time period. china is going to be introducing 557,000 more gigawatts of coal fired -- india 519,000. in that time period by 2030, china is going to increase their co 2 output by 60% while we're decreasing 30%. india is going to increase by 50% their co 2 at output, while we're decreasing our 30%. this administration just seems to be ignoring that china -- china burns more coal than the rest of the world combined. and no one is following this lead. we seem to be operating in a vacuum. just recently, the epa -- former administrator lisa jackson said u.s. action alone will not impact world co 2 levels. do you agree with that? >> i -- >> yes or no? >> i'll take your word she said that. >> and just yesterday, epa -- former epa administrator said absent action by china, brazil, india, what we do will not suffice. >> i don't think anybody disagrees that action is required by many countries to address climate -- >> so with thes
FOX Business
Jun 19, 2014 11:00am EDT
to oil to china, go west instead of south. here at home a senate panel says build the pipeline, built keystone. doesn't matter. harry reid the senator is going to kill it. bose events of linked after this. stuart: twitter will acquire a live video platform. everyone getting into the streaming game. that is what this is about. during 500 new jobs in douglas county, ga. investing $30 million in five years. it is not too far from koch's headquarters in atlanta. koch owns a piece of it, do you think they will go for all of it? charles: watch the way this trade. it pulls back a little bit and shoots a. they're a big time hedge fund guys who get killed on it. it speaks to minimum-wage, vt.'s minimum wage will go to $10.50. stuart: it used to be green mountain as in vermont so they are getting out of green mountain. charles: corporate taxes are higher, personal taxes are higher, even if coke wasn't involved will be a smart business decision. stuart: competition between states to attract jobs is what that story is and then there's the story, coke is not making much money and its soda business
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 10:00am EDT
husband shot her. china joy young celebrated her 18th birthday just days before she was shot and killed by her estranged boyfriend, despite the temporary restraining order she had against him. young was three months pregnant. barbara diane dye was granted a temporary restraining order and then fled to texas. she returned only for a hearing on the permanent restraining order, and that's when her husband cornered her, cornered her in a bank parking lot and shot her repeatedly with a .357 magnum revolver, killing her there. when domestic abusers have access to firearms, it isn't just abuse victims who are at risk. a violent husband under a temporary restraining order in brookfield, wisconsin, followed his wife to the salon where she worked. not only did he shoot and kill his wife but he killed two additional people and wounded four more. after erica bell got a temporary restraining order against her husband, he came to her at church. he followed her there. he shot and killed erica. he also shot four of her relatives, including her grandparents, great aunt and a cousin. this scourge of dome
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 10:00am EDT
as we do in transportation. china invests four times as much. over time, america has fallen to the 19th place when it comes to the quality of our infrastructure. nowhere is this more apparent than in my hometown of chicago where 1,000 miles of road in the city of chicago are if need of total reconstruction. 675 bridges in cook county are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete. north lakeshore drive is one of the highest accident locations in the state as a result of its aging infrastructure. the c.t.a. is a century old transit system that desperately needs updates to keep up with increased capacity. by the way the c.t.a. in chicago in one month carries more passengers than amtrak does in an entire year. all these things will cost money. but the long-term economic benefits they will provide will outweigh h the -- far the up front costs. business needs strong infrastructure to grow. they need good high ways and railways to move their products. they need reliable public transit to get their employees to work. but infrastructure investment requires forward thinking. it requires lon
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 9:00am EDT
was turning a corner in making it less expensive to make clothes in the u.s. than china. had to settle a lawsuit with woody allen after using his likeness in a mini billboard without permission, his dismissal, the result of an internal investigation into aemged misconduct, sexual harassment allegations followed him for years and we talked about it in 2012. >> i've counted, is it nine lawsuits? how many lawsuits? >> i mean -- that's testimony to my success. the fact that i'm a target for baseless lawsuits. >> are they all baseless? >> yes. all the lawsuits levied against me -- >> all lies? >> well, yeah. i -- i'm not going to sit here and go through thousands of pages, but the allegations that i acted improperly at any time are completely fiction. >> do you think you're inappropriate at all? >> no, no. >> i would say the range of criticism is everything from sexual predator, which you've heard, to maybe just, weird? >> i mean, weird? i like weird. >> more of that interview now on cnbc.com. again, this is a volatile microcap, investors have it up today and the nyse warned american appare
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 9:00am EDT
flooding, here it is going to stay dry. >> how one of india's crowning jewels risks losing its shine. china might be to blame. >> i'm rob reynolds in red wood national park with a report on a new threat to these ancient trees. >> cameroon's footballers go on fighting between themselves at the world cup. >> welcome back. the u.s. says its willing to share information with iran over the turmoil in iraq. >> saudi arabia said it is against u.s. intervention. >> on the ground, the batting for control of iraq's main oil refinery continues. there is heavy fighting in two other areas. saudi arabia denied allegations that it is funding the sunni advance. >> the new king of spank calls for a new spain. thousands gathered to find a glimpse of the new king and queen. >> countries are looking for ways to get their citizens out of iraq, china coming up with an evacuation plan for the 10,000 employees of chinese employees in the company and the families of the kidnapped urge their release. sixty people including workers from pakistan, bangladesh and nepal have been taken near the oil rich city of kirkuk.
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 9:00am EDT
their oil to china to create chinese jobs. and you want to raise their utility prices. now, you may say conservation will on net decrease, but let's be clear, let's not mislead. the reality is poor people, those who are lower income are less able to invest in those conservation measures. this is just going to be a bull's-eye on other families' ability to do things such as keep their homes. there's been a lot of -- this administration raised to an art level, misleading the american people doing certain things manipulating statistics. let's be honest with it. i will go to the question earlier. if ford has a decision to invest in kentucky or to invest in mexico, and we're raising their input cost of energy, we are going to tilt them towards investing elsewhere. is that a fair statement? >> there are many things that go into -- >> a fair statement. if one much your key inputs is energy costs and you are raising that cost, we can't compete on labor. so are energy costs lower so people have been reshoring jobs. reality is you wish to increase those energy costs. that said, doesn't it just mak
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am PDT
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NHK
Jun 19, 2014 10:00pm JST
to improving bilateral relations. china is very sensitive to public opinion. some sectors are calling for improved ties with japan and that's important. but there are also highly nationalistic opinions out there. that's what we're up against. i do want people to realize that os public opinion in favor of improved ties, there is unlikely to be any impact on diplomatic policies. >> reporter: the two sides are still a long way from finding even the smallest clue for agreeing to hold a bilateral summit. kudo says the two countries are now looking ahead to the apec summit which will be held in beijing in november when their top leaders will be among the participants. >> translator: given the current circumstances, china believes a bilateral summit would be out of the question. that would further underline the two sides' strained relations to the rest of the world. that's why it has become a very delicate issue. the forum is not really being held for the two governments. it's a private-level dialog. but it's open to government officials as well. that's why we very much want them to take ful
Bloomberg
Jun 19, 2014 8:00am EDT
. china u.s. and europe and , it has been lackluster so certainly increased energy prices are a risk on the horizon. >> so far, they have been rising gradually. we have seen some spikes. at what point will it become a shock to the global economy? >> right now, if we see crude oil prices and i meanbrent - 120rent prices rise to dollars per barrel range, i think there are risks to global economic recovery. we don't have to think too far back to 2008 when we saw prices inke up to $147 per barrel the most immediate impact will be in the transport sector. this is airlines, railroad, truck transport. it becomes a question of higher energy prices impacting their cost structure. or investors, it becomes a question of those are some stocks to watch because their cost structure could potentially be impacted with the conflict we see now in iraq. >> what do you make of the widening spread? there is a widening spread between brent and wti crude. >> this is something else for investors to keep on the radar. i would continue to see a widening spread between brent and wti. the brent trade is more s
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 8:00am EDT
to see russia and china for what they are. dissatisfied regional powers intent on increasing their respective spheres of influence. the failed reset with russia and the president's commitment to a world without nuclear weapons led him to hastily sign an arms treaty that did nothing to substantially reduce russia's nuclear stockpile. and what we do have to show for the reset of relations now, what do we have to show for the reset? moscow is undeterred in its assault on ukraine as everyone can plainly see. and russia has repeatedly found ways to undermine our national objectives. then there's the president's tragic pivot to the asia pacific, a plan he announced without funds to fund it representeddering the strategy largely hollow. we see examples of that almost daily with china undeterred in its efforts to intimidate smaller nations. we can't pivot to asia forces, nor can we constrain china's ambitions without investing or developing the forces needed to do so. so i fear that the failure to make the kind of naval, air and marine corps investments that are necessary have tragic
NHK
Jun 19, 2014 9:00pm JST
of schedule to take advantage of the summer bonus season. >>> relations between japan and china are in deep freeze there seems little chance of a thaw any time soon. for a decade a private think tank has been trying to keep the lines of communication open. nhk world spoke with the organizer of the annual beijing/tokyo forum. >> reporter: a news conference was held in beijingarlier a japanese private sector think tank to announce dates for the tenth beijing/tokyo forum. >> translator: this year's forum will be held in tokyo on september. >> reporter: september 29th is and china.high-level chinese officials will appear at the forum. >> reporter: the forum has been held nine years, the aim to improve relations for the candid exchange of opinions among politicians, scholars and experts on both sides. the agenda ranges from politics and the economy to media and bilateral exchanges. at the second forum, in 2006, participants included current this is the approaches heof mual siden needs to b improving bilateral relations. very sensitive to public opinion. some sectors are calli
NHK
Jun 19, 2014 8:00pm JST
campaigners to prison for disrupting public order. >>> and with diplomatic relations between japan and china restrained, we meet a man helping to try keep the line of communications. >>> iraqi military commanders are battling to turn back an advance by islamist militants fierce fighting continues on the country's biggest oil refinery. sunni insurgents have launched an assault on the northern city of baiji. the militants seized the country the second largest city of mosul. the refineries supplies 20% of the country's gasoline and other oil products. they're trying to stop the advance of the militants. . the troopds have retaken some areas of the northern town of talafar. >>> the iraqi government has tary help.united states formi leadersn i washington are orchestrating their response. nhk world reports. >> reporter: the foreign minister said the iraqi government to asked them to carry out air strikes. but the u.s. says that any target targets have been to clear. >> there has to be an objective. >> reporter: the insurgents exact the location is hard to pinpoint. they're mixed in with civilians.
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am EDT
slowdown in asia. before then, it's two countries. it's the u.s. which drives china. and in china, it's a massive, massive slow down in consumption and also a big slowdown in oil consumption. last year, for the first time in 15 years, u.s. oil consumption was stronger than the increase in china. in the u.s., the acceleration of energy consumption comes from oil and 80% of that was consumed by the industrial sector. in the u.s., people look at industrial -- >> but it can't be that the industrial sector is lessee efficient. that can't be. it has to be that they're actually conassumption stuff and putting stuff out and we're not measuring it. >> no. the story here, because of the legal restriction owes crude exports, there's a lot of light in refining and petro chemical stand. why do you have this increase? u.s. oil consumption last year, up the 11110,000 barrels every year. and i don't know why i waited with cheap and eventually into a stronger economy. i have a very hard time understanding why allegedly very strong growth, economic growth like in china should be combined with this mass
Bloomberg
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am EDT
most populous country , store country, after china. that says something. >> i would argue 1.2 billion people not being able to get on facebook for 30 minutes argues for greater productivity. less and less, full disclosure. >> i wonder if twitter got a bump up because of it? >> this to amazon smartphone. $199 with a lot of features. the question is, whether you're interested? it has 3-d pictures. we will discuss after a very quick break. ♪ >> good morning. pageantry and changing of the guard in spain. king felipe they was sworn in today as the new king. he promises new times ahead. it was zero discussion in madrid this morning of their football team. they just didn't work out. the script didn't work in brazil. quickly reigning champions. he reigning champions. >> the pageantry in the madrid. good morning, this is "bloomberg surveillance." fum tom keene with scarlet and adam johnson. coming up later today, william .'brien 10:00 a.m. on bloomberg television. >> as we've been discussing amazon unveiled its new phone yesterday, it basically lets you link directly to prime. in theory, you
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am EDT
lustre and why china could be the reason. and in sport spain knocked out of the world cup after losing to chile. >>> tens of thousands of people in northern pakistan are leaving their homes. the army is targetting anti-government forces in north waziristan. mean of the displaced are heading to ban u province. >> reporter: they left op foot when no help arrived and bombs fell around them. these are some of the residents of the north waziristan trying to reach safety. pakistan says it will continue the operation until the last fighter is flushed out. this man and his children sought shelter at the school and is worried about those left behind. >> translation: there's no food. the government didn't make plans, we have been suffering for months. houses have been bombed, innocent people are dying. >> reporter: everyone we spoke to shared similar septemberments, some -- sentiments, some came through multiple checkpoints and areas. the provincial and tribal disaster management say they are making arranges for the displaced. 30,000 are believed to have left only on wednesday when curfews were
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am EDT
at the schaum shall essay and demand that china and india stop with fossil fuels. even if the person was able to reach an agreement like the kyoto treaty of the 1990s it was still have to be ratified by the senate. that treaty overwhelmingly failed. the president can deliver in paris and subsequently in a pet -- senate we will be left with his domestic climate action plan. america has been told by the epa and the u.n. that climate change will cause serious impacts of the planet years into the future. the president's domestic climate action plan that they champion cannot on its own prevents these impacts from happening. according to her own u.s. secretary of state john kerry in a column he wrote in the financial times june 30 stated even as we strive to do better we recognize that no country can solve this problem alone. even if the u.s. somehow eliminated all of our domestic greenhouse gas emissions secretary kerry says it would not be enough. the rest of the world is doing too much carbon pollution. that means the president's climate action plan on its own doesn't reduce global temperatures
SFGTV
Jun 19, 2014 3:00am PDT
students are immigrants about their home, the differences between their home, back, and china, or louisiana, to compare to san francisco. and they were writing about places that meant something to them, one student of mine who when i read was trying to be on the track team and baseball and basketball fellow and a place that his father used to take him to that was a safe place to teach them how to ride a bicycle and talking about places where one of the students and a place that i was just in mind, that she was able to be both able to experience and filter things in the world around her. one of my students who talked about the places that when she went to a do you remember for the first time away from home. and this book that shows students in their growth. to look and hear the voices of the students that we are teaching that i taught and actually one of them is sitting right there among you. and taking your place in terms of looking in that direction, that our city and our society is going to go to. thank you. >> thank you, very much, sir. >> so, if you don't mind, very well then i would al
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 5:00am EDT
compared to china. >> good to talk to you and hopefully someone will do something about it. been a pleasure. >>> coming up next forcing adult children to move back in with mom and dad. >> i'm in a position where i depend on my mother to get a roof over my head because i can't even get a job. >> we'll example the living arrangement many boomers never dreamed about. that's next. >> guns... >> there are two to three million guns in a population of only 8 million people. >> ...and gun laws... >> after those laws came in, there have been no more mass shootings... >> how different countries decide... >> their father had a gun... their grandfather had a gun... >> who has the right to bear arms? 5 days: guns around the world a primetime news special series all next week only on al jazeera america >> on tech know. >> that is immense... >> there a misunderstood... ...vital part of the ecosystem >> ...is a tiger shark... ...first one of the expodition >> can they be saved? >> sharks don't eat people... >> tech know, every saturday go where science meets humanity. >> this is some of the best driving i
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2014 2:00am PDT
. this is in china. it is twice the size of an nba basketball court. it is longer than it is wide, stretching 1,200 by 24 feet. it took the team two weeks to finish. to me -- >> i like the sidewalk stuff, like the sidewalk pieces are great. >> right, exactly. >> you look like you're going to walk into a hole or a puddle. >> and it's one of those pieces you can look at for hours because there's so much in there. >>> speaking of things you want to look at, you have something very cute for us today. >> this is cute. this one's hard to pass up. in the san diego zoo, a baby cheetah was rejected by the mommy, so it needed a friend, so it got a rhodesian ridgeback. this is ruxa and rania and they will be paired together until the cheetah gets too big. they'll be best friends for a while at the san diego zoo. they've done it before successfully and these two make pretty good playmates together. >> that is so cute. >> sit back and watch the video. i have to follow that? >> good luck, richard. >> mine's got the last buzz compared to that one. okay, this is crazy. a felon gets on the golf course in fargo.
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 4:00am EDT
china is underperforming today. elsewhere, though, the nikkei 225 is the outperformer, up by almost 250 points at the settlement. a 4 1/2 month high, highest low since late january, acting by foreign investors. elsewhere, the high yielding currencies like the aussie/dollar, the kiwi/dollar are performing well and the aussie market had a strong session today. >> russia's most powerful businessman has been called the country's second most important person. he's the ceo of rossnet. the russian government holds a majority stake in roznet and this leads to misconceptions. >> i'd like to point out sometimes we are not perceived as independent and our shares are traded on the london stock exchange. and we are meeting all the requirements of international regulator regulators. our shareholders include the largest international companies in sum. for example, bp has a large interest in our company. it holds about 19.75% of our shares. and thir not just our partners, they are our shareholders. we make sure our operations meet all norm and requirements that apply to international public companies.
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